Ku De Ta Perth
Ku De Ta Perth is three venues big of which one is open now. The Deck is their first of three venues to open, flinging its doors open to the public March 17th 2017. Ku Dining Perth and Ku West Perth have an opening date of Friday March 24 2017 and offer seafood, charcuterie and contemporary dining. The Deck is a drinking spot on the Swan River that has a limited Italian centric menu. The menu is limited as The Deck is more bar than restaurant. It is very easy to spend a lot of time at The Deck espeically on a sunny day. Below are the brunch, lunch, dinner and drinks menus for The Deck at Ku De Ta Perth.
Ku De Ta Perth Menu
The Foodie Hub has been in to The Deck at Ku De Ta Perth for breakfast, lunch and dinner and enjoyed ourselves. In the drone video of Ku De Ta Perth, “The Deck” is the part of the complex that hangs out over the Swan River. The more upmarket offering behind this part of the complex, in the mid section is called West and Ku Dining Perth is located on the east side – both will open March 24.
For breakfast, we ordered two mains, a bottle of sparkling water and two coffees which will be ~$52 retail. This we thought is an excellent deal given usually two people eating a breakfast out will pay ~$60 for the same. Clearly The Deck is aimed at a reasonable pricing model and presumably they will make up on booze. However, as you can see from the drinks list below, even the drinks are not outrageously priced. Case in point, most expensive white on the menu by the bottle is a 2014 Sebastian Brunet Chenin Blanc at $75 a pop. Not bad given the exquisite sweeping views of the City while sitting over the peaceful Swan River.
For breakfast we ordered Fried egg, corned beef, green sauce and potato waffle ($16) and Smoked Cubano, pork, gruyere, pickles and mustard ($17). The former looked almost not enough on delivery however the potato waffle is very filling and the slices of succulent cooked corned beef seemed to last forever, at around seven deep. This dish has drawn a lot of attention on The Foodie Hub’s Facebook page due to it’s aesthetics however we stand by our assertion that is tastes good! Morsels Perth went in Saturday 18th March and was served a different looking take on the dish, appears they have changed the presentation.
The pork dish is served in a crunchy french baguette and washed down with a Little Owl coffee roasters long black, was a generous and different brunch dish. The gruyere cheese balanced well on the palate with the smoked cubano and pickles/mustard.
The seating is high tables and leather bound chairs, we asked to sit by the window on the couches which should you be fortunate enough to do so is highly recommended. The music is relaxed and chilled downbeat, chillout and sitting on the edge of the building with the glass doors open, the morning sun and a beautiful breeze gently wafting through could have sat there the whole day – easily.
We have been in to Ku De Ta well before the masses arrive so our experience is not of it running at full capacity. The lunch we had there on opening day we did experience a long wait time for pizzas after promptly being served entrees/sharing plates.
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